The Beauty Bride

Delacroix kicks off an exciting new medieval romance series with this introduction to young Alexander, Laird of Kinfairlie, who has three unmarried sisters. Now that their parents are dead, Alexander has no choice but to see each of them wed in haste. Original.

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3 Comments

  1. Not bad I enjoyed this story for the most part. The lowered rating is due to (a few, but very noticeable) grammar issues and a few plot holes/unresolved dilemmas, with an Other Man who is pure foil. It is also very formulaic, but that’s not here nor there. 

  2. Sensational Start of New Series Setting – Kinfarlie Castle, Scotland, 1421 — With a depleted treasury and forecasts of a bad harvest, Alexander, the new laird of Kinfarlie was in a quandry. He had five sisters and the eldest, Madeline, refused to marry. Discussing his problem with his cousin, they come up with the plan to `auction off’ the `jewel’ of Kinfarlie – namely Madeline. The auction, to take place at his Uncle’s nearby keep of Ravensmuir, would be offered only to the worthiest of men whom Alexander knew would be…

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